Posada Santa Fe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... into the great culture of central Mexico. Not only that, we get a different view of the town.
In the afternoon we wandered around town some more before getting dinner at a Mexican/Italian restaurant.
We retired early to pack for an early start. While we retired early, it was a big night for music in the town. The Mariarchi bands were still going at 1am. The only consolation is that they are generally good musicians.
... then pressed it to make it appear that it was stone (aka to make it bumpy!). Why, oh why?
That afternoon, my plan was to watch the World Cup game with my friends, but they never showed up. But, it all worked out because I needed to run some errands, including taking Ricardo's boot to get fixed ('cause I'm an awesome roommate that wasn't bogged down by work). That ended up being quite the process because at first they were closed, and then ...
... Still, with not much else to do, it was officially time to join the celebration – had a couple of beers at the graduation place, then walked to another plaza where met up with a Swedish girl and Mexican guy where stayed for a little bit, before going to another super old and traditional Cantina, with another rather open Urinal just situated in the corner of the main room, where people were still enjoying their drinks less than a metre away. Seemingly privacy wasn’t a ...
... was so rough. I never had homework in that class, but it was 4 hours less each week that I had to complete my homework. The teacher, Veronica, was the sweetest lady, and I enjoyed that class. However, what I'll enjoy even more is that I'll have those afternoons free for the rest of the time I'm in this program. That should have been the roughest session and it's over!
Also, I don't know how I forgot to tell you, ...
... opera in English and that there were going to be Spanish subtitles projected on a screen above the stage. Great for us! It was a lovely production with a trio of very funny kings, a talented boy soprano who played Amahl, and an angelic children's choir.After a good breakfast provided by the hotel, we went exploring. Guanajuato is such a fun place - a labyrinth of surprises!
The city played a huge role in the start of the Mexican War of Independence and because of this ...